Was 1776 a Revolt
I suggest that the answer in found in contract law and the
organic laws of England - the Charters of Liberties.
The Charta de Foresta
is the source of the learned reader and he lets not pass any syllable of this
Law in respect to the Excellency of the matter.
Once one reads these
sources and the relates them to the obligations taken upon the Sacred Volume of
Law by those Holden under the obligations and penalties of both can they
understand it was not a rebellion - it was no more than that of holding one to
the accountability of his obligations.
The Declaration of Independence clearly
sets this out.
The King had pledged that he would not wrong, cheat or defraud
nor would he supplant people in their lawful undertakings.
As he failed to
honor that obligation Washington, and the others sought to have him honor the
Its just that simple.